Words

Akkadian
bâtu - to stay overnight, spend the night; to delay (CAD B 169; AHw 124)
biātu, biādu
Akkadian
batūltu - maiden, young girl (CAD B 173, AHw. 115)
Var. batūssu.
Akkadian
batūlu - young man (CAD B 174, AHw. 116)
Var. badūlu.
Akkadian
baturru - (a tool) (CAD B 174, AHw. 116)
From Sum. (giš)BA.TUR. A late (possibly, “learned”) borrowing.
Akkadian
baṭālu - to cease, to stop (CAD B 174, AHw. 116)
Derived words: baṭiltu 'interruption' (CAD B 176, AHw. 116); baṭlu 'ceased' (CAD B 177, AHw. 116); biṭiltu (mng. uncert.) (CAD B 297, AHw. 134).
Akkadian
baṭiˀu - (a vessel) (CAD B 178, AHw. 116)
Var. baṭû.
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
baṭṭu - the cuneiform sign bad (SAD I)
From Sum. BAD 'to open' (PSD B 33), also used as a sign name (Gong 2000, 104f.).
Akkadian
baˀû - to bark (SAD 1 23)
Interpreted as onomatopoeic in George; al-Rawi 1998:204, 206, but this is by no means certain.
Akkadian
baˀû - to seek, desire (SAD 1 23)
An Aramaic origin proposed by Parpola (apud Reynolds 2003, 125 n. to l. 19) cannot be excluded since the Aramaic root b-ˁ-y is widely attested in the basic stem (SL 169, DJPA 107, DJBA 224).
Akkadian
bâˀu - to walk along, go through (a street, a road, a square, a gate, etc.), to pass over (a region) (CAD B 178, AHw. 116)
OA, Mari, EA, rare in SB.